Contemporary artist Nariman Fadakar will be visiting The Cass this week [Friday 9th November] to speak to  Level 6 Design School students on the subject ‘Work Placement and The Entrepreneur’ Nariman Fadakar is a London-based contemporary artist born in Esfahan, Iran in 1979. Nariman studied at the Chelsea College of Art and Design and graduated from London Metropolitan University in Design Studies. After his academic studies, he worked for an architecture firm as a 3D visualizer and graphic designer. Nariman uses a visionary blend of graffiti, fine art and architectural techniques including oils, acrylic paint, airbrush, photography and collage, realised on a variety of canvases. Nariman’s work is characterised by the use of strong colours.“As a child I was always sketching. My sketches were based on the organic forms and floral motifs that surrounded me.” Fascination with objects around him, from lavishly painted tea glasses to silk scarves worn by his mother, result in the use of glass and textiles as means to present his artwork.

Contemporary artist Nariman Fadakar will be visiting The Cass this week [Friday 9th November] to speak to  Level 6 Design School students on the subject ‘Work Placement and The Entrepreneur’

Nariman Fadakar is a London-based contemporary artist born in Esfahan, Iran in 1979. Nariman studied at the Chelsea College of Art and Design and graduated from London Metropolitan University in Design Studies. After his academic studies, he worked for an architecture firm as a 3D visualizer and graphic designer.

Nariman uses a visionary blend of graffiti, fine art and architectural techniques including oils, acrylic paint, airbrush, photography and collage, realised on a variety of canvases. Nariman’s work is characterised by the use of strong colours.“As a child I was always sketching. My sketches were based on the organic forms and floral motifs that surrounded me.”

Fascination with objects around him, from lavishly painted tea glasses to silk scarves worn by his mother, result in the use of glass and textiles as means to present his artwork.